Bank Director highlights Meniga in summary of Finovate Fall 2018

Bank Director editor Amber Buker reflects on Finovate Fall 2018 which recently took place in New York in her article “Why Soccer And…

Each year Finovate Fall brings together over 1,500 financial services professionals, investors and fintech enthusiasts to celebrate the cream of the crop in the fintech world. This year’s event took place between 24–26 September at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.

In a recent article, Bank Director editor Amber Buker reflected on this year’s Finovate and shares her thoughts on unique examples of bringing the bank and its customers closer together — highlighting Meniga’s winning presentation.

Meniga along with Canadian bank Tangerine presented together how to make savings fun, random and how to help people build new positive habits. The on-stage demo demonstrated how banks can connect people’s savings to things like sport, music, weather, philanthropy and global good.

Read the full article here.

“This London-based fintech’s transaction categorization engine helps banks personalize their digital channels.

Meniga presented at the conference with client Tangerine Bank, a Canadian direct bank and subsidiary of Toronto-based Scotiabank with $38 billion in total assets. The bank’s app recommends personalized savings goals.”

Save up for the next big tournament. Personalised Challenges to transfer for example $100 every time the Icelandic national team wins a game is a fun way to connect people’s savings to their interests.
Restaurant recommendations based on past transaction history is a great way for banks to engage their customers through digital channels

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